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Cognitive models and intelligent environments for learning programming

Author: Enrica Lemut; Benedict Du Boulay; Giuliana Dettori; North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Scientific Affairs Division.
Publisher: Berlin : Springer, [1993] ©1993
Series: NATO ASI series., Series F,, Computer and systems sciences ;, no. 111.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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At present, there is a general consensus on the nature of learning programming, but there are different opinions on what forms an effective environment for it. It is generally recognized that the development of a mental model is a formidable task for the student and that learning programming is a complex activity that depends heavily on metacognitive skills. This book, based on a NATO workshop, presents both pure  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Cognitive models and intelligent environments for learning programming
(DLC) 93025348
(OCoLC)28293797
Material Type: Conference publication, Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Enrica Lemut; Benedict Du Boulay; Giuliana Dettori; North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Scientific Affairs Division.
ISBN: 9783662113349 3662113341 3642081568 9783642081569
OCLC Number: 887838809
Notes: "Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Cognitive Models and Intelligent Environments for Learning Programming, held near Genova, Italy, March 17-21. 1992"--Title page verso.
"Published in cooperation with NATO Scientific Affairs Division."
Description: 1 online resource (305 pages) : illustrations.
Contents: Understanding Programming --
Task Analysis and Cognitive Model as a Framework to Analyse Environments for Learning Programming --
Mental Representations of Computer Languages --
a Lesson from Practice --
Towards a Unified Model of Learning to Program --
Acquiring Experience in Object-Oriented Programming: Effects on Design Strategies --
Programming and Design --
Program Comprehension Skills and Their Acquisition: A Call for an Ecological Paradigm --
A Distributed Model of Cognitive Behaviour in Specification Understanding --
How Confirmation Bias Affects Novice Programmers in Testing and Debugging: Research Strategies and Implications for Tools --
The 'Private' Relation of the Student with Systematic Programming and Validation --
Environments for Learning Programming --
Towards an Intelligent Environment for Learning Introductory Programming --
Programming Environments for Novices --
Student Modeling in an Intelligent Programming Tutor --
Incidental Reification of Goals in an Intelligent Tutor for Smalltalk --
Methodology and Design Issues in Capra, an Environment for Learning Program Construction --
Linking Theory with ITS Implementation: Models of Programming and the Development of Programming Tutors --
Two and One-Half Approaches to Helping Novices Learn Recursion --
Knowledge Based Tools in Software Engineering Education --
Analogies in an Intelligent Programming Environment for Learning LISP --
Redressing ITS Fallacies Via Software Visualization --
Learning Programming in School Environments --
Registermachine as a Mental Model for Understanding Computer Programming --
Cognitive Structures and Cognitive Strategies in Algorithmic Thinking --
Young Novices Using an Intuitive Mental Schema to Construct Generalised Geometrical Tools --
Thinking Algebraically: Pupil Models Developed in Logo and a Spreadsheet Environment --
Learning Programming as a Cognitive Apprenticeship Through Conflicts.
Series Title: NATO ASI series., Series F,, Computer and systems sciences ;, no. 111.
Responsibility: edited by Enrica Lemut, Benedict du Boulay, Giuliana Dettori.

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